Sunday, 30 December 2012

The Sun: Recruiting Freud's Youth

Published: 16 hrs ago

£100 benefits perk claim

"Much needed extra help' ... Lord Freud

YOUNG workers will be up to £100 per month better off under radical benefit reforms to be announced this week.

Most single people under 25 cannot currently claim working tax credits — while over 25s earning up to around £13,000 per year can.

But from October up to 300,000 young people with no kids will be eligible for the new Universal Credit, Government experts claim."


Universal Credit Personal Planner
Universal Credit App available for Android and iPhone

"This planner will show you what you need to do to be ready for Universal Credit

The Department for Work & Pensions have provided a Personal Planner which will show you what you need to do to be ready for Universal Credit.

It will help you to find out if you’ll need to do anything differently to manage a Universal Credit claim.

For example, some people may need to set up a bank account or budget for a monthly payment instead of a weekly payment."


Universal Credit Software Delay
Benefit Cap Delay as Computer Software Runs – Again – into Problems


Recruiting new Soldaten ...

20 December

Employment Advisor - Work Programme

"The Role Advisors manage a caseload of clients who are unemployed. Through assessments and ongoing engagement with your clients you will come to understand their abilities, ambitions and barriers and you will work with them to provide the support needed to progress them towards their employment goals. You will be targeted to build relationships with local employers, championing the work of your organisation and highlighting the benefits of using your organisation to recruit from. In this way you will seek to secure sustainable work for the clients on your caseload that matches their aims and ability."

Employability Tutor / Advisor (Work Programme)

"Experience in working towards targets in regards to placing clients into sustainable employment."


Transparency ...

All Written Answers on 20 Dec 2012

Work Programme: Yorkshire and the Humber: Work and Pensions

"David Davis (Haltemprice and Howden, Conservative).

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many people have come off benefits after joining the Work programme in (a) Haltemprice and Howden constituency and (b) Yorkshire and Humber to date.

Mark Hoban (Fareham, Conservative)

The information requested is not readily available and could be provided only at disproportionate cost."



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